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Chuck Sambuchino’s Writing Site — Freelance Editor, Bestselling Humor Book Author, and Authority on How to Get Published

12 October 2016

Hello, everyone! This is my landing page for all things writing and publishing. My name is Chuck Sambuchino and I am a book editor, humor writer and freelance editor. I am editor for Writer’s Digest Books and have written 8 books. HERE ARE SOME WAYS FOR US TO CONNECT:

TO CONTACT ME: Please do NOT leave a comment on this site — it gets too much spam. My two primary e-mails are chuck.sambuchino (at) (dot) com, and reesedn3a416 (at) hotmail (dot) com. E-mail one, or better yet both.



Thanks for visiting my writing website. This picture is of me instructing at a book festival in Indianapolis.

Me during a critique session at the Midwest Writers Workshop. I freelance critique query letters, synopses, book proposals and novels. Check out my Editing Services page for all information.


These are my 8 books.

Smiling with writers after teaching in Virginia.

Me on a panel at the International Women’s Fiction Festival — Matera, Italy. I got to wear those cool headphones and hear translations when questions were not asked in English. Quite a thrill!

Instructing at Muse at the Marketplace in Boston. One of the only times I’ve tried to pull off a vest.

Signing books at Cincinnati’s book festival, Books by the Banks.

Talking on a panel at the San Francisco Writers’ Conference.

My session on “How to Get Published” at the Carnegie Literary Center in Lexington, KY.